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Too-Soon Tech

John C. Dvorak’s August column, “3 Big Tech Ideas That Need to Be Shelved (for Now),” pointed the finger at the driverless car and the cashless society, as well as voting over the internet.

Driverless cars don’t have to be perfect. They just have to be much more reliable than humans, which they will definitely be.

—beachmike

Wrong.... A lot of aspects of “new technology” often have to be better that the technologies they replace. And that’s before you even

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